RINO Liz Cheney wrapped Congressional career with the release of the January 6 Committee final report.
But there’s a gaping hole where the truth was supposed to be.
And Liz Cheney doesn’t want you asking questions about this January 6 coverup.
The Washington, D.C. political establishment is arrogant enough to believe it can get away with almost anything.
Now it’s trying to pull a fast one by leaving the strange mystery around January 6 instigator Ray Epps unsolved.
A review of the footage makes it obvious why the FBI put Epps on its wanted list shortly after January 6.
If anyone was trying to stir up trouble at the Capitol that day it was Epps who was caught on camera numerous times encouraging Trump supporters to attack the Capitol and even coaching them on the best approach to take.
However, the FBI then removed Epps from the list without explanation.
Since that time FBI officials have absolutely refused to even entertain questions about whether Epps worked for the agency.
Of course, the suspicious nature of how his case has been handled has fueled rumors that Epps is an undercover informant.
You’d think the Congressional committee charged with investigating the January 6 riot would be all over trying to figure out what really happened.
Instead, the Committee’s final report makes no mention of Ray Epps.
A fact that’s raising eyebrows among Congressional Republicans.
“I’ve examined the 845-page January 6 report,” Congressman Troy Nehls (R-TX) wrote on a social media post. “Trump: mentioned 4,207 times. Ray Epps: mentioned 0 times. It was never about the truth.”
Alongside their report, The January 6 Committee released more than 50 witness transcripts.
Ray Epps’ transcript is missing.
Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), who was handpicked by Nancy Pelosi to chair the committee, claims the public will eventually be able to review Epps’ transcript.
But the circumstances are beyond sketchy.
“We will [release the transcript],” Thompson claimed when speaking to The Washington Examiner. “But you know, there’s a review process that goes with every deposition.”
“He has to have an opportunity to review it, say, ‘This is what I said,’” Thompson added. “At some point, it will be made available. I just can’t tell you when.”
The fact that Epps gets to review the transcript for accuracy is a stunning admission.
The record of what was said during committee proceedings should be absolutely indisputable.
It sounds like the committee is trying to buy more time before finalizing some sort of spin about what they want people to believe happened.
Meanwhile, the ongoing secrecy and suspicious nature of how Ray Epps’ case has been managed is only fueling speculation that he worked as an informant for the FBI.
It’s also prompting more people to believe the January 6 Committee is covering up the FBI’s role in pulling strings behind the scenes on January 6.
The fact that law enforcement officers arrested hundreds of Trump supporters—numerous who were non-violent protesters—but gave Ray Epps a free pass smells rotten.
And many Americans want the true story.
With the Democrats’ January 6 Committee refusing to release Ray Epps’ testimony it looks increasingly likely Democrats and their contacts in the Deep State have something serious to hide.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.